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It's almost a different story in this episode when crime hits home.
When Grandpa Len Cariou is assaulted at a local ATM, the force springs
into action and you can see Jaime's face when the crime is discussed at
entrance time. Ethical questions are posed here? In his anger, did
Jamie really do the wrong thing and wind up with a 3 day suspension,
despite the fact that he caught the thug who did this to his
In a sidebar story, wait until you here the response of a victim's ex-wife once she has learned that her husband has been shot to death. It is priceless to say the least.
In still another story, Frank uses inside connections to get a mob family.
Mob lawyer Chazz Palminteri grew up with Tom Selleck and the two of
them have lunch when Palminteri drops a hint that there is a planned
hit of a mob boss. This is the beginning of a story line where Selleck
eventually there is a leak in his inner circle and later who it is.
Donnie Wahlberg and new partner Megan Ketch investigate the murder of a car dealer in a Chinese massage parlor. Their problem is the lack of cooperation among the Chinese witnesses.
But the main story here involves Len Cariou getting mugged at an ATM in broad daylight. Will Estes makes it a personal mission to catch the perpetrator and it costs him a bit. You can understand his feelings however.
Nicely done especially from Cariou and Estes. And I agree with the other reviewer that Wahlbeg's victim was not a loved man, not even by his ex-wife. Her reaction is priceless.
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